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II. A species of Onchocerca, resembling O. reticulata or O. gutterosa was found in the ligamentum nuchae of buffalo and antelope. In the eland nodules were encountered which contained Onchocerca apparently identical with O. volvulus of man. Both the nodular form and the involvement of the...

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Strong, R. P.
Citation
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1937, 30, pp 487-506
Abstract

I. Further studies carried out in Africa regarding onchocerciasis are reported. Observations were made particularly in the provinces of Lusambo and Elisabethville, and in Northern Rhodesia. A comprehensive survey of onchocerciasis of the native population was made. The incidence of infection was...

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Strong, R. P.
Citation
American Journal of Tropical Medicine, 1938, 18, Suppl. to No. 1, pp 1-57
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Dissections of female blackflies collected while attacking a cow at the Omyojin Farm, Iwate, northern Japan, showed that 4.4% of 1104 Simulium daisense, 0.8% of 913 S. aokii, 0.5% of 741 S. iwatense and 0.9% of 340 S. nikkoense examined were naturally infected with filarial larvae. There were at...

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Takaoka, H.; Aoki, C.; Hayakawa, H.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1992, 20, 1, pp 1-9
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The transmission of bovine Onchocerca spp. in the UK was investigated by studying the Ceratopogonidae and Simuliidae which attacked bait cattle between April and October at 2 sites in North Wales, where either Onchocerca lienalis and O. gutturosa (Cynwyd), or O. lienalis (Pentrefoelas) alone...

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McCall, P. J.; Trees, A. J.
Citation
Journal of Helminthology, 1993, 67, 2, pp 123-135

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